New Play in Manhattan: Jun. 18, 1928

The Cyclone Lover. One is compelled to suppose that the U. S. embodiment of the ideal lover is a gawky youth, timid and smirking, fond of stupid jokes and possessed with a dreary talent for unnecessary heroics. Herein he makes his too-customary stage appearance. Tongue-tied and blushing, he sees the daughter of a millionaire shipowner and goes infatuate. Then no longer is he a modest nonentity, almost incapable of thought or speech. Awkwardly demoniac instead, he kidnaps the girl of his lamentable dreams while she is in the act of marrying a rogue, takes her away upon a yacht, causes her...

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